June 28, 2015

Links I Love: June 28, 2015

Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing at, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/tablet and enjoy 🙂

Links I Love
Original image source: Mike Licht


Time to Rethink Talent. (Training Magazine)

Workplace Envy – Personal Essay About Professional Competition. (Elle Magazine)

Should You Freeze Your Eggs? (Marie Claire)

Seven Things That Brand You Unprofessional. (LinkedIn)

What To Do When You Hate Your Job + Your City. (Yes and Yes)

8 Do’s and Don’ts for How to Find (and Keep) a Professional Mentor. (M.M. La Fleur)

The Counterintuitive Art of Leading by Letting Go. (99u)

Sarah Von Bargen 4 Ways To Be A Boss In Work And Life. (Yes and Yes)

Developing the Confidence to Move Up. (New York Times)


If We Are Not Busy, Are We Worthy? (A Life Less BS)

8 Things Every Person Should Do Before 8 A.M. (Medium)

Maintaining Relationships: The Fallacy of Dunbar’s Number. (Full Contact)

How Your Siblings Affect Your Success According to Science. (99u)

What Are You Admittedly Horrible At? (Life N Leggings)

4 Rituals To Keep You Happy All The Time. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

How To Have It All: Time Management Secrets From Six-Figure Moms. (Forbes)

How To Use Time Travel To Increase Happiness. (Barking Up the Wrong Tree)

10 productivity lessons I learned writing an 80,000-word book in 6 months. (A Life of Productivity)

Put It On Your List So You Can Forget About It. (Time Management Ninja)

7 Ways to Conquer Struggle. (Fitfluential)


The Downside of Treadmill Desks. (New York Times)

5 Things I Stopped Being Afraid of When I Learned How to Science. (Go Kaleo)

The 1 Thing Everyone Needs to Lose Weight Successfully. (My Fitness Pal)

Soluble Fiber Simplified. (Inside Tracker)

What Nutritionists Eat When They Want to Slim Down. (Self Magazine)

How Fast Can You Safely Shape Up for Summer? (Daily Burn)

The Do’s and Don’ts of an Effective Elliptical Workout. (My Fitness Pal)

The Push-Ups You Should Be Doing. (Q by Equinox)

Break the 2 Hour Half Marathon Mark. (Run to the Finish)

The 3 Most Influential Women Making It Okay For US To Be Strong & Amazing. (Lifting Revolution)


Amtrak Employees Claimed to Work 40 Hours Per Day. (Free Beacon)

The CEO of Denver Airport on Building the Airport of the Future. (Skift)

Colorado’s Tourism Industry Grew Faster Than Any Other U.S. State in 2014. (Skift)

10 Reasons to Visit Arizona (Photos). (World of Wanderlust)

Popping tents: Glamping goes mainstream. (Fox News)

The Difference Between Living in New York and San Francisco. (The Cooper Review)


Bring Back the Bridezilla. (Elle Magazine)

And finally, some great advice: Don’t Trust Anyone Under 500: Dale Davidson’s Unconventional Advice for Graduates. (Cal Newport)

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2 thoughts on “Links I Love: June 28, 2015”

  1. I very intently read the “elliptical workout dos and don’ts”. I know in my heart of hearts that I’ll be on that dumb thing a lot more than I’ll be running in the future. (and I do stress dumb-thing. I hate the elliptical.) That said, I was sort of uninspired about the dos / donts that they called out. They all seemed pretty straight forward. I’m not sure if that is a function of me just knowing what to do or if there really isn’t a whole lot to actually being successful on it? **Shrugs**

    1. Honestly, I think the only trick to being successful on the elliptical is just remembering to go HARD. It is pretty easy on there to get distracted and then not push it, compared to running where as long as your legs are going you’re still getting a decent workout.

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